A colossal drop of content for the Prohibition-era strategy game Empire of Sin is available on PlayStation 4 now, which is pretty much transforming the game. The free Precincts update rebalances and resets many aspects of the alarmingly profound XCOM-like excursion, making some of the release mechanics more meaningful.
Areas effectively re-imagine how your territory is represented, allowing you to capture rackets to strengthen your faction’s presence on the map. Supply Chains allow you to connect territory together and also allow you to attack. This adds tactical depth to the title as you upgrade the security around Supply Chains while letting the money flow into your inner business.
The structure of the release has also been revised, adding Acts to plot your progress through each campaign. And the police presence has been clarified, giving you a better understanding of how your businesses are being affected by the boys in blue. All of this should hopefully provide a more enjoyable experience.
But if that’s not enough, a new DLC package called Make It Count is also available, which introduces a new Mob Boss, Maxim Zelnick, as well as the Loan Shark business and Fixers. This title continues to be extraordinarily deep, so if you are already a fan of it, you will easily consume tens of thousands of hours out of all the additions.
If only there was more time in the day, right?